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How can I prove my injuries came from a car accident?

On Behalf of | Jun 3, 2017 | Car Accidents

Car accidents are extremely common in Knoxville. If you ever find yourself in one, you may be wondering how to prove that your injuries are the result of the crash. Even if you initially feel fine after your ordeal, there is a chance that all of the adrenaline pumping through your blood and your emotions may be masking any injuries you may have. There is also the possibility that you have delayed injuries that may show up several hours or days after your accident. According to Ktar.com, many people do not realize the extent of their car accident injuries because of distractions, emotional disorientation and mental trauma. 

Here are some steps you can take to prove your injuries are car accident-related. 

Do not make statements about your health 

Avoid telling anyone at the scene of the accident that you feel fine and that you are relatively unharmed. You should also avoid running, lifting and doing other actions that could indicate that you are not injured. Those statements and actions can be used to discredit your claim. You could have injuries that you are not aware of yet.

Seek out medical treatment 

No matter how minor or serious your car accident is, it is important for you to seek out medical treatment right away, even if you feel fine. You should get checked for signs of obvious, hidden and delayed injuries. You should inform the medical staff about any symptoms you feel so that all information regarding your health and injuries are documented. You may need to undergo diagnostic testing and take x-rays so that the extent of your injuries, such as broken bones, concussions, and damaged muscles are discovered. 

There are other factors that can affect what you need to do to prove your injuries came from a car accident. If you plan to file a lawsuit against the other driver, you have the burden of proof. Depending on the extent of your wounds and circumstances surrounding your ordeal, you may benefit from seeking out legal counsel.

 

 

 

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